The welding training program at Alamo Colleges - Central Texas Technology Center includes welding processes such as Arc welding, MIG welding, TIG welding, pipe welding, and oxy-acetylene cutting. The courses consist of 80 total hours of training for each of the individual courses. All students, with few exceptions must take the Intro to Welding course as a pre-requisite to any of the other welding courses that are offered. For more detailed information on the individual welding courses, click here for the pamphlet.
For a 2016 Welding Course schedule, click here.
Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST)
I-BEST Training provides a contextualized training medium to deliver both basic educational needs as well as skills training in areas such as Certified Nursing Aide and Manufacturing Skills at the CTTC Campus in New Braunfels. For more information on the programming and course availability contact Ms. Cristy Kitchen at (210) 486-7407 or (830) 609-2108. Ms. Kitchen can also be contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Skills Development Training
Employers: Partner with the Alamo Community Colleges to customize training programs for your incumbent workers or newly hired employees. Training in-demand occupations is often funded by State and Federal agencies. We have been successful in generating funding for our employer-partners in response to employer workforce needs.
Currently, there are programs that are available for youth ages 17-21 through Workforce Solutions Alamo (Alicia Collins - (830) 629-2010) and the I-BEST program (ages 16-25). The I-BEST program also has funding available through the AARP Program for individuals age 50+, contact Gilbert Centeno at (210) 485-0275 or email at email@example.com